I interviewed Academy Award winning actor, writer and humanitarian Géza Röhrig, star of Son of Saul, for Issue No. 3 of Barneys Man:
The 49-year-old Hungarian teacher, poet, and now, international film star, looks tired. His hair, clipped short, has the same graying at the temples that accompanies U.S. Presidents on their way out of of office. His soft, sunken eyes—the same eyes that Son of Saul director László Nemes counted on to blankly record, again and again, the atrocities of a concentration camp—burn like flashlights in his head.
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